Science & Technology
Video scenes pulled from people's thoughts
By T.K. Randall
November 29, 2009 · 13 comments
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In a peculiar new experiment Doctor Jack Gallant of the UCB psychology department has succeeded in reproducing on a screen videos being watched by two patients through the process of measuring their brain activity.
Pulling an image out of a person's brain is a feat that is hard to believe, but Doctor Jack Gallant of the UCB psychology department seems to have gone this accomplishment one better. In a recent experiment, Doctor Gallant claims to have made it possible to reproduce video images from human brain activity. Would you post your thoughts on Youtube?
Source: Live Science
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